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The Walking Dead: Season 7 (2016-2017)
Critic Consensus: Increased character depth and effective world-building helps The Walking Dead overcome a tiresome reliance on excessive, gratuitous violence.
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as Rick Grimes
as Daryl Dixon
as Carl Grimes
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as Maggie Greene
as Glenn Rhee
as Tara Chambler
as Rosita Espinosa
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as Gabriel Stokes
as Morgan Jones
as Spencer Monroe
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News & Interviews for The Walking Dead: Season 7
New Best Friends won't be on anyone's all-time favourite list, but it's engaging nonetheless.
It's fair to say that most of the episodes are merely filler, stretching out a season that doesn't have nearly enough material to fill an entire 16 episodes.
Season seven of The Walking Dead has been for me one of deep emotions and trauma, and in my mind at an unprecedented level ... We all suffer from the need for extensive therapy and oh, yeah, closure.
It used to be a great show that used violence as a way to advance compelling storylines. Now it's just violent, sadistic and repulsive.
The Walking Dead is at impasse itself right now, and it's doubtful that the series will be able to sustain itself before it's either outright eaten or blown to kingdom come.
Audience Reviews for The Walking Dead: Season 7
The seventh season continues to add depth in characters and chemistry despite the lackluster in intensity compared to previous seasons. The Walking Dead Season 7 gives us a memorable villain to love to hate and more raunchy violence but feels stale and with little to no memorable episodes to keep us on our toes. 3.5/5
walking dead is basically dead now.
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